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Our Therapies

» Counselling
» NLP
» Reiki
» TFT

 

 

Locations

North West London: Hendon, Golders Green

North London: Stamford Hill

Common Issues

» Addictions

» Anger Issues

» Anorexia

» Anxiety

» Bereavement & Loss

» Depression

» Difficult Relationships

» Divorce

» Eating Disorders

» Family Problems

» Identity Issues

» Infertility    

» Insomnia

» Low Self-Esteem/Confidence

» Mid Life Crisis

» Money Worries

» Obsessive-Compulsive
   Disorders

» Phobias

» Physical/Emotional Abuse

» Redundancy

» Retirement

» Sexuality

» Skin problems

» Stress

» Unhappiness

» Work Related Problems

 

Welcome to the Jewish Therapists Service

Due to the many difficulties in modern day life, we have developed a therapeutic service that aims to support individuals and families through their challenging times.

We are a network of qualified and experienced Jewish psychotherapists and complimentary therapists with a wide range of skills providing a face-to-face, telephone and online service for individuals and couples.

From our directory of practitioners you can choose the therapist who will be able to help you.

The main areas where we have therapists are in
North London: Hendon, Golders Green and Stamford Hill

 

Shalom Cousin
Nota Kreiman
Yvonne Leigh
Rebecca Aharon
Shalom Cousin
Nota Kreiman
Yvonne Leigh
Psychotherapist
Counsellor
NLP/TFT/Reiki
Counsellor
07904 115795
07971 914110
07884 737826
07956 374569
Evelyn Wells
Jenny Green
Harvey Goldberg
Evelyn Wells
Jenny Green
Harvey Goldberg
Counsellor
Counsellor
Counsellor
07737 351945
07980 579816
07753 605624

       

All our therapists are independent and belong to the following
accrediting bodies:

UKCP, BACP, BPS, HPC, AAMET, CTHA, BTFTA, ACHE, BSH

and adhere to their Code of Ethics and Good Practice.


 
   

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